News stories on TV and in newspapers are very often accompanied by pictures. Some people say that these pictures are more effective than words. What is your opinion about this.

In recent times,
people
say that
pictures
are more effective than
words
on
T
.V. and in
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the
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ewspaper for news stories, as will now be discussed.
Pictures
seem to be more believing to the public compared to
words
, as they are seeing it live. Most of the
people
like
pictures
because it turns out to be proof
for
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the incident.
People
can be made aware through
words
about
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the
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ews but
pictures
tend to show the
person
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personality
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of the incident.
For example
, the 26/11 attacks which took place in
mumbai
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Mumbai
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showed Ajmal Kasab photo on
T
.V. and in the newspaper, through
this
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,
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the public was aware of how he looked and if seen in the neighbourhood, it could have been reported of his whereabouts.
Pictures
not only show us about a person but
also
a graph of the heavy rainfall in a particular city, which cannot be expressed by
words
can tell us about the forecast.
Pictures
warns
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us about a robber or a missing person.
On the other hand
,
words
help us to express the
picture
. A
picture
just
shwon
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shown
on
T
.V. wouldn'
t
be understood by most
people
and would
further
confuse them. A
picture
would consume more space in a newspaper compared to
words
. To sum up,
Pictures
and
words
both are equally important as one cannot do without the other. Having said all that, I agree that
pictures
can be more effective than
words
because a
picture
can express a thousand
words
.
Submitted by brettdmello1996 on

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